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Saklikent Milli Parki

Fethiye 48300, Turkey
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Adventure in Saklikent Gorge and Ancient City Tlos
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Jeep Safari: Saklikent Gorge, Ancient Tlos and Patara Beach with Lunch
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Private Tour: Saklikent Gorge and Tlos
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“rubber shoes” (34 reviews)
“cold water” (99 reviews)
“jeep safari” (137 reviews)
Fethiye 48300, Turkey
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

An excellent day out finished up with a tubing ride down the water well worth it ...excellent views only down side water was blooming freezing 😁😁😁

Thank Kevin M
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Beautiful place, lots to see and do in saklikent.. From zip wiring tubing relaxing by the pool or watching the river antics from 1of the many seating areas. The gorge is a fantastic sight to see and lots of fun trying to walk up through...More

Thank wringlyretiree
Reviewed 4 days ago

We booked a trip to Saklikent Gorge through our travel rep. The gorge is beautiful and the perfect way to spend a hot day as there is lots of shade and a wade through the freezing cold mountain water really cools you down. If you...More

Thank SammyDamage
Reviewed 1 week ago

A visit to Saklikent is a must - the largest inland gorge in europe - peaceful and tranquil. You can walk up the river through the gorge or raft down the river on a raft. You can bungy jump or zip wire - or simply...More

Thank BridgetTracy
Reviewed 1 week ago

The only bad part is that people do not speak English, but they are super friendly and ready to help you. It goes with time because the way to the falls is 18km!

Thank Silvia O
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Came here as part of an excursion tour. Swapped flip flops for 3TL for rubber shoes - definitely needed when walking through the rapids! Not one for those with poor mobility as you need to scramble up and down rocks to get to the gorge,...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

nice place to visit lots to see can eat there or take a picnic lots to do as in siteseeing been lots with family

Thank brian231265
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Went on a jeep safari trip to saklikent gorge. Amazing experience and just beautiful here. We stopped off at a few lovely places including an hour at the trout park area which is stunning. Old ladies (locals) making pancakes in brick oven, waterfalls dotted with...More

Thank Michelle C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited this place after reading a couple of reviews. And we found it worth the visit. Lot of people go till the gorge . The water coming out from gorge was very cold. But if you keep feet out for sometime, you feel ok....More

Thank usha_upadhyaya
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Gorgeous view (a lovely break from all the beaches) of canyons and marching through mud waters that can reach your stomach level. However, beware of many tour guide hustlers. It is perfectly fine to do the trip without a guide. Be sure to rent proper...More

Thank rachandben9192
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Daniel M
I'm trying to find the price for entry to the gorge, I've found 4-5 prices ranging from £15 - £250! Can someone who has recently visited shed some light on how much it is to enter?
14 March 2017|
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Response from julie B | Reviewed this property |
Think we paid about £15 each. Well worth it. Enjoy
nada a
What is the best time to visit Saklkent? In the early morning or afternon
13 September 2016|
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Response from PlaceThatFacre | Reviewed this property |
If you intend to fully explore the Gorge earlier the better. It is a very long gorge. Waterfall is about 2km walk deep inside. Take up the challenge give yourself over two hours of easy trekking. More if you wish to go... More
Debbie C
Hi All I was wondering if you could help me answer a few questions I might have. 1. Once you pay the entry fee can you just walk on the board walk above the river without going through water and rocks- we went to Turkey 5 years ago and missed Saklikent Gorge as it was closed for winter ( too dangerous) - so we are going back in October this year- but I ended up with a bad knee this year so climbing over rocks etc would be too hard but I'd love to go in as far as the board walk above the river- is that at the entrance as soon as you go in r do you have to walk through water and then get to the boardwalk? 2.By any chance did you notice what time they close the gorge each year? 3. Are the restaruants, cafes, kiosks etc inside the entrance or outside the entrance to the gorge? Thanking you Debbie
21 August 2016|
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Response from DavidfromLeeds | Reviewed this property |
Hi, you can go over the board walk before the water, but if you have a bad knee I would say don't go on this excursion, it's a lot of walking (through the gorge) and other than actually seeing the gorge - which is a must... More